Laiye announces availability of Azure OpenAI Service to advance Digital Worker development
Laiye announces access to the most advanced AI models in the world, including ChatGPT, GPT 3.5, backed by the trusted enterprise-grade capabilities and AI-optimized infrastructure of Microsoft Azure, to create cutting-edge applications.
Microsoft has made its Azure OpenAI Service generally available, bringing the enterprise generative AI tools out of its invite-only program. Laiye has been granted access out of tens of thousands of applications globally, which marks a significant milestone to tap into the power of large language models with the enterprise promises customers have come to expect into the Work Execution System and Digital Worker space.
"We are honoured that Laiye can be enrolled as the first group of companies. We believe this will accelerate integrating Large Language Models into all of our products, making it easier and more intelligent to build digital workers, and continuously helping organizations and individuals close the Work Excution Gap," commented by Guanchun Wang, Chairman and CEO of Laiye.
Laiye already utilizes Large Language Models such as ChatGPT, in its design and use-case creation process, which speeds up development and time to value for our customers. Most NLP tasks in Conversational AI/Chatbot, RPA, and IDP products are likely to be solved by LLMs. In a way, the capabilities demonstrated by LLMs are critical to closing the Work Execution Gap at both the organizational and employee levels.
Laiye has had a strategic partnership with Microsoft Azure designed to provide UK and EU customers with advanced intelligent automation capabilities ringfenced to comply with data regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Globally, Microsoft’s involvement with Laiye extends even further, as an investor, a distribution partner in the Asia Pacific region and a software vendor on the Laiye app store.